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The Harlot

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  • Posted January 25, 2013

    The Kindle edition of this book is $5.38. What kind of ripoff is

    The Kindle edition of this book is $5.38. What kind of ripoff is this, B&N?

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 16, 2011

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    This is an exciting, enticing eighteenth century romance with a touch of whimsical witchcraft.

    In 1715 in the squalid Dundee inn, Gregor Ramsay enjoyed the cat fight between the Harlot and another wench due to the fine butt of the former. With all sorts of wagering going on, Gregor's favorite pins the other. Gregor learns that the winner Jessie Taskill is known as the wild Harlot of Dundee. The loser Eliza accuses Jesse of witchcraft. She is arrested and taken to the jail to be burned like her late mom at the stakes.

    A minister enters her cell not to give her a chance to repent, but instead an opportunity to escape. Gregor believes she is the one with spirit and intelligence who can help him fulfill his decade long thirst for revenge against the man who destroyed his family. His plan is simple; she will seduce his enemy. She agrees to his plan but plots to seduce her business partner while concealing that Eliza's words of accusation are not false though she never used witchcraft to win the wrestling match.

    This is an exciting, enticing eighteenth century romance with a touch of whimsical witchcraft. The lead couple is an ideal pairing of an obsessed avenger and a vigorous harlot who understands supply and demand as her body is the only commodity she can sell without being burned to death. Readers will appreciate Saskia Walker's bawdy historical with a bewitching nod to the Memoirs of A Woman of Pleasure.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2013

    Great book.

    Passion, magic and imperfect people....loved it.

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  • Posted March 5, 2013

    Adult erotica, NOT Porn; now I've got nothing against porn, I ab

    Adult erotica, NOT Porn; now I've got nothing against porn, I absolutely love it; but good erotica can be just as entertaining and the fact that there's less "action" can actually be a good thing. 




    That's certainly the case with this book. There's just enough well written action to make it an excellent work of literature as well as a sweet,sticky,sweaty,sexy,steamy story that couples can enjoy together.

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